Research opportunities

Micromorphological analysis practical


Reading offers you state of the art facilities for research in both humanities and science based areas, you will be supervised by highly successful, internationally renowned and research-active staff.

General areas of interest are listed below. Staff state particular areas of interest on their personal web pages (follow the links).

Practical-coin reference collection

Contact the relevant member of staff to discuss your research ideas or if you would like a more general discussion contact our Department of Archaeology Director of Postgraduate Research Studies, Dr Wendy Matthews or School Director of Postgraduate Research Studies, Dr Kevin White.


We frequently have studentships available. Currently we are advertising 2 funded PhDs with Dr Hella Eckardt:

Ringing the changes: the social significance of finger-rings in Roman Britain


Tools in Roman London: industry, household practice and ritual deposition across the ancient city

See also: Fees and Funding for Postgraduate Research Students and FindAPhD.

NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) Scenario Doctoral Training Partnership

Research proposals in the following areas are welcomed:Preparing a micromorph

Artefact research

British and European Prehistory

Burial Archaeology

Environmental Archaeology




Landscape Archaeology

Material Culture

Medieval Archaeology

Near Eastern Archaeology

Palaeohealth and Diet

Roman Archaeology

Scientific Dating

Social Archaeology

Urbanism and Buildings Archaeology


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